Stay Safe Online
At All Saints we encourage our pupils to use digital technology and the internet to support their learning across the curriculum.
We aim to encourage the safe, responsible and positive use of technology through our ICT and PSHE curriculums.
 
It is also important for parents, carers and families to start thinking about online safety as soon as you can, so that you are in the best position to help your children navigate the online world as carefully and responsibly as possible. On this page we have selected some resources from the internet to support you in being well informed, taking steps to prevent misuse of technology at home and ideas to help you discuss internet safety with your family.
 
The Federation Lead staff member responsible for Online Safety is Miss Hannah LeGood, so if you would like any further advice or guidance please don't hesitate to contact her directly or via the school office.
 
The Digital Universe of Your Children!

 
 
There are lots of resources online to provide further guidnace including activities for you to work through to support your child in understanding how to stay safe online.
 
Thinkuknow
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) is a command of the UK's National Crime Agency.

The ThinkUKnow part of the website has lots of information about differnet ways your child may use the internet and inform you of ways to ensure they stay safe for primary and secondary pupils.

 

The CBBC website has some fantastic resources to share with your children to help raise their awarness and help them to make informed choices with their actions online.
http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/parents-and-carers/parental-controls/


The UK Safer Internet Center has lots more great resources including guides to set up parental controls for your internet at home.